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  • One bad recruit could cost $60,000 by

    Employers who fail to hire the right management could end up costing the organisation $60,000, according to talent acquisition firm, Futurestep. 

  • True culture revealed at David Jones by

    David Jones’ current crisis highlights the need for clear leadership in matters of workplace behaviour argues workplace conflict resolution expert Stuart King.

  • Closing the gap in distance learning by

    Distance learning has both grown in popularity and sophistication to become a very real learning solution for professionals. HR Leader looks at the latest trends in distance learning and how to get the most out of distance learning courses

  • HR biggest loser in job market by

    Human Resources was the biggest loser in online job advertisements in July, putting to an end the past year of growth for the profession.

  • South Australia’s campaign to attract bored Brit workers by

    The South Australian Government has launched a new recruitment drive aimed to lure bored Brits away from the UK.

  • Employees switching jobs to get pay hike by

    Employees are job hopping in order to get a pay rise rather than negotiate their current salary, according to new research released today by specialist financial recruitment firm, Robert Half.

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